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Sunday, March 12, 2017

Woman At The Well



Woman At The Well


God tells us to be gentle and tenderhearted. When the woman was at the well Jesus treated her with kindness and wisdom, but still said what He needed to say. He could of, smashed her with words of condemnation, but instead, he reasoned with her in His compassion and gentleness. She would not have listened otherwise because she already knew she was nothing. It does matter how you say things. Words should have a heart of love behind them. Some people can not be won unless they know you love them.

Susan Nikitenko Quote
March 12th, 2017©



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All God’s People Praise His Name



All God’s People Praise His Name

Good morning, All God’s people:
May we lift our hearts in praise.
For many are his blessings;
Even angels stand amazed.

At His greatness, His mercy:
His unconditional love.
His holiness, His pardon:
Most bless-ed, perfect white dove.

He speaks, and nature obeys;
He’s there and evil departs.
His forever forgiveness;
Has reached the hardest of hearts.

Praise His name,  hallelujah.
All God’s people praise His name.
Praise His name,  hallelujah.
All God’s people praise His name.

Good morning, All God’s people;
In joyfulness, may we spout.
Of our Savour, bless-ed Christ:
What Salvation's all about.

Let us gather together
In one place, in one accord.
Let’s get our marching orders
As we live for Christ our Lord.

Good morning, All God’s people;
Come now rejoice, let us sing.
Bringing glory, praise His name
Jesus Christ, Our Lord and King.

Praise His name,  hallelujah.
All God’s people praise His name.
Praise His name,  hallelujah.
All God’s people praise His name.

Susan Nikitenko
Praise Song

March 12th,   2017 ©




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Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Hallelujah, Hallelujah, I Praise the Lord, I'm His"



Hallelujah, Hallelujah,  I Praise the Lord, I'm His"


He died and arose and is coming again, He died and arose and he's coming again,  Hallelujah,  I Praise the Lord, I'm His.
He came to save us, and to forgive us, to wash us from our sins.
All I had to do was believe, trust in what he did for me at Calvary.
He came into my seeking heart,  my heart began to change upon that day.

Death could not prevail, He saves lost people from hell;
The devils tremble at the speaking of His name.
 Belief in Jesus releases the captives from sins chains.
Victory came all because of this...What He came to do for all of His.

His love made a way,  on that great Resurrection day.
When God, Emanuel,  God's only Son, won:
For all who will believe, salvation's victory.
He died and arose and is coming again, He died and arose and he's coming again, Hallelujah, Hallelujah,  I Praise the Lord, I'm His.

He died and arose and is coming again, He died and arose and he's coming again, Hallelujah, Hallelujah,  I Praise the Lord, I'm His.
He came to save us, and to forgive us, to wash us from our sins.
All I had to do was believe, trust in what he did for me at Calvary.
He came into my seeking heart,  my heart began to change upon that day.

He died and arose and is coming again, He died and arose and he's coming again, Hallelujah, Hallelujah,  I Praise the Lord, I'm His.

Susan Y Nikitenko
Praise Song

March 8th, 2017 ©



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Friday, March 3, 2017

The Goodnight Kiss

Family Affection

The Goodnight Kiss

When my children were little I tucked them into bed every night.  When they got older they didn't want to go to bed, so I called for them to come kiss my husband and myself goodnight.  I refused to go to bed without that contact between us.  It wasn't for myself,  it for us as a family.  If one of us would not live till morning we would know the last thing said before bed was, I love you.  We are not promised tomorrow.  It wasn't out of a personal need to hear I love you or be shown affection, though at times we all need to hear those things, but rather an assurance that my children were taught to honor their parents as the bible teaches. My hopes as a mom was to leave a good memory before closing our eyes at night and making sure everything was alright. 

They would have friends over and we let them stay up a bit longer to visit with them, before bed.  I guess it was slightly embarrassing for them to hear a call from the other room, to have them come and kiss their mom and dad goodnight.  They were becoming too old to tuck in, but not too old to have an exchange of family affection before bed, a reminder that they are loved and forgiven of any negativity of the day.  Sometimes children will harbor resentment towards their parents.  The goodnight kiss is a time set aside before bed to say I'm sorry and I love you, to have a right heart before our eyes close at night.

 I still give my kids hugs and kisses even though they are married.  They are still my kids and they will always be my kids.  I just have two more, the ones they married.

Susan Y Nikitenko
March 3rd, 2017 ©



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